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  1. JrRacinFan

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    So, for scary movies this evening I am going to need some help. I've seen most of the new stuff and quite a bit of the classics.

    Got anything new that scared the daylights out of you? Please list it! I will update the OP as more and more movies are posted.

    Wishing everybody a safe one this year!

    The List:

    -oli_ramsay: Blair Witch Project
    -das müffin mann: Rob Zombie's Halloween
    -das müffin mann: Antibodies
    -oily_17: Turistas
    -mudogramx: Session 9
    -mudogramx: Henry-Portrait of a Serial Killer
    --1nf1n1ty-: Saw Series
    --1nf1n1ty-: The Nightmare on Elm St. Series
    --1nf1n1ty-: Planet Terror
    --1nf1n1ty-: The Orphanage
    - TheJesus: The Exorcist
    - TheJesus: Cannibal Holocaust
    - Gilletter: The Shining
    - Gilletter: Alien
    - Gilletter: Child's Play Series
    - DirkDiggler: Bram Stoker's Dracula
     
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    Happy Halloween everyone!
     
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    Happy Halloween!
     
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    What? No movie suggestions guys? :D
     
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    Happy Halloween!

    The scariest film I can think of is The Blair Witch Project. The only reason I was scared when I 1st was it is because I thought it was real lol.
     
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    watch rob zombies Halloween
     
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    lmfao that's really funny
     
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    Thats funny as f*** muffin man. Added ur movie to the list bro.
     
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    another movie that completely blew me away was a movie called antibodies
    it is a german film (yes that means it is in german)
    but it is seriously better than silence of the lambs (well they are equal, except this is much more modern)
    the acting is just INCREDIBLE
    especially the leading actor and the serial killer, best performances i've seen in a while
    beats any new American horror/physiological thriller by miles

    BUT IT IS VERY GRAPHIC AND FUCKED UP NOT FOR YOUNG VIEWERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0337573/
     
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    Oh how interesting!
     
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    Happy Holloween! lol
     
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    i'll vouch for that one, its really good
     
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    @oli

    LOL .. Pedo Bear!!!


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    Nice suggestion guys! That's one I haven't seen yet.
     
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    HH!!! In the last hour i just roofed 6 eggs at my neighbor's house.
     
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    how about saw movies?, nightmare on elms street?, planet terror?, the orphanage?
     
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    i liked nightmare on elm st
     
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    I own the nightmare box set. At the time it was worth buying for $75, had all 6 including Freddy VS Jason. OP Updated Keep em coming guys!
     
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    the original Exorcist, duh! old-school horror :nutkick: new-school horror
     
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    Been there done that. I own the original and "the version you've never seen". Nonetheless, awesome flick!
     
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    oops, totally didn't read all of the post there :eek:. I thought this was just a thread for talking about scary movies in general :laugh:

    In any case, Cannibal Holocaust is a very disturbing film. Might to be tough to obtain legally tonight/this morning though.
     
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    happy halloween... although NE Ohio is weird... they have trick or treating on different days in different citys... so stupid... do it on halloween... we even have fireworks NOT on the fourth of july... WTH?!!! ... I will NEVER understand people in Ohio... :wtf: but i digress... gotta love the shining... alien... and for laughs childs play (any of them)... gotta love chucky!
     
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    Well since Halloween is now officially over (LOL Gilletter), post some scary flicks (@ TheJesus). We all love a good scare every once in a while!
     
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    I had a good Halloween, it was also my birthday so I got a Q6600 Go stepping and watched Bram Stoker's Dracula :)
     

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